Sunday, September 2, 2007

See it Sunday~theme "Route"

The Lincoln Highway was the first transcontinental highway in the United States.
Much of the historic Lincoln Highway, the first road across America (from New York City to San Francisco), became part of U.S. Route 30. It is still known by that name in many areas.

Several years ago, Hubby and I took a weekend road trip along this stretch of highway,through the mountains, to historic Lancaster,Pa. We were traveling at night and had gone for miles on this lonely,dark stretch of highway when we came around the bend...... and saw what appeared to be a huge ship in the middle of the highway!! When we returned, a few days later, we stopped at this hotel....and what a view!!!

From the back deck of the ship, you could see 3 states (Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia) and 7 counties!

To read an interesting tribute written about the below

And for more See it here.

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